Office Design Needn’t Be Rocket Science

November 27th, 2015 by Aaron Web

odnrsThere’s no law against bad office design, but after a talk with Philadelphia-based graphic designer Allan Wright, you can’t help but think it’s a crime. After a recent visit to a client’s very corporate, very bland headquarters, he had this to say: “We found people stuck in little booths with no natural light. Everything was horrible.” His colleague Michele Armstrong agreed: “I felt like crying when I left the place.” Some may accuse Wright and Armstrong of holding non-artist types to lofty standards; after all, why does an accounting firm, for example, have to be pretty? How…

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Get The Right Device By Reading Snoring Mouthpiece Reviews

November 24th, 2015 by Aaron Web

Even if you have been suffering from snoring, this does not mean that you have to deal with it forever because there is still a solution. You might have already been looking for the right product that can put an end to snoring but end up getting disappointed with false promises. One thing you can do so you can find the right product is by reading snoring mouthpiece reviews. The reviews are really helpful when it comes to giving you an idea which product is really effective for you. Aside from the features, you will also have…

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Battery Time

November 19th, 2015 by Aaron Web

Pretty and it lasts! I do have to say that since I bought the new iPhone I have been very impressed with the battery life in general. For a long period of time I had been using an android handset because I thought that it was probably one of the better ones on the market. I have to admit I was a little bit afraid of joining the cult of Apple, which makes a lot of sense because there are a lot of weird old people in it. But, after I got over the fact that a…

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What You Should Know About Working With Lawyers

November 12th, 2015 by Aaron Web

wyskAmericans don’t like lawyers. Unfortunately, we need them. This is especially true if you own your own business, thanks to complicated laws, government red tape, and the proliferation of lawsuits. Why don’t Americans like lawyers? (1) Lawyers are expensive. Depending on your locale, you may pay anywhere from $125 to $250 per hour for an attorney’s services. (2) Lawyers make people uncomfortable, sitting in their high-backed office chairs, behind huge mahogany desks and beneath a dozen framed diplomas. (3) A few lawyers are incompetent, unethical, or both, and thus many people are afraid of being victimized. With…

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Fitness: Don’t Believe Everything You Hear

November 11th, 2015 by Aaron Web

America’s fitness craze goes on and on. Evidence can be seen every day on streets and paths across the country. The runners, walkers, bikers, rollerbladers (and more!) are reaping the benefits of fitness. They’re out to improve their appearance, lose weight, and tone their muscles. But in our quest for fitness, we’re sometimes vulnerable to misinformation. It may come from companies trying to sell products or fitness gurus trying to sell us a new training method, piece of equipment, or special powder or vitamin. healthylifeUse the test below to see how fit you are factually when it…

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Zoning Issues: What You Need To Know

November 7th, 2015 by Aaron Web

hboAcross the country, millions of home-business owners are forced to lead undercover lives. They are justifiably fearful that if they operate in the open and inform their neighbors or local authorities of their business, they could run up against local zoning laws that prohibit such enterprises. This was aptly demonstrated during a recent Home-Based Business Expo, at Elgin Community College, near Chicago. About 60 entrepreneurs chose to list only their phone numbers–not addresses–in the Expo’s directory. “Some of them are doing business in ‘no home business’ zoning districts,” said Hilma Nelson, a work-at-home graphic designer who lives…

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